Hello, I Must Be Going
What with things that can happen this time of year, you often find limited time for posting. In such cases, you can offer, with apology, these few bits:
The (cuddly) Raelians are back online.
The extra-terrestrial was about four feet in height, had long dark hair, almond shaped eyes, olive skin and exuded harmony and humour. He told Rael that “we were the ones who made all life on earth, you mistook us for gods, we were at the origin of your main religions. Now that you are mature enough to understand this, we would like to enter official contact through an embassy”.
Sounds just like your Uncle Murray after a few too many glasses of Manischewitz.
Jeffrey Zeldman (quite obviously a pseudonym) finally converts. Welcome to the light.
WeÃ¯Â¿Â½ve switched to OS X and weÃ¯Â¿Â½ll never go back. The cause of our quasi-religious conversion? Memory management and UNIX stability. Because of the way OS X manages memory, you never have to quit your most-used programs. Photoshop, Illustrator, Eudora, Flash, Fetch, PageSpinner, Word, Explorer, Navigator, Suitcase, DragThing, Tex-Edit Plus, Default Folder X, System Preferences, Quicktime Player, and Snapz Pro X can all stay open 24 hours a day.